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Pronouns: Possessive, Reflexive, and Intensive
Objective:I will understand the differences between possessive, reflexive, and intensive pronouns and give an example of each type. This lesson has a powerpoint and guided notes. The notes include a graphic organizer with lots of examples. There's a KWL Chart students fill out at the beginning of
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Lesson Plan & PPT Package Explaining Hero vs Villain Protagonist vs Antagonist
This is a two-part package -- a Power Point presentation and a lesson plan. The PPT is available separately by the same name. This 14-slide Power Point presentation presents hero, villain, protagonist, and antagonist. It explains the shift from using the terms "hero" and "villain" to the more con
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Context Clues Presentation and Practice
This PowerPoint presentation reviews how to use context clues to figure out a word's meaning. It ends with a few practice problems. The lesson will take 20-30 minutes.
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Vocabulary of Civil War Innovations
Students will learn about the innovations and inventions from the Civil War. The telegraph, photograph, Transcontinental Railroad, submarine, and cotton gin are featured with all relevant vocabulary broken down by affixes.
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The Monomyth / Hero's Journey Lesson Plan (PPT and PDF Printable Plan)
The Monomyth / Hero's Journey Lesson Plan (PPT and PDF Printable Plan) This 85-page plan and 39-slide PowerPoint is a comprehensive approach for students to learn about the Monomyth / Hero's Journey. This presentation and plan starts with a historical overview demonstrating the evolution of Sigmun
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